|From:||Stephen L Hulme|
|Subject:||Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Ubuntu 10.04 make incosistent assumptions over interface Buffer|
|Date:||Fri, 14 May 2010 22:23:00 +1200|
It is now apparent to me ivy-ocaml Version 1.1-10 is a package maintained by yourself.
Automatically installed: no
Maintainer: Pascal Brisset (Hecto) <address@hidden>
Unfortunately for those of us following the wiki installtion instructions, including loading the ivy-python package provided by Allen Ibara
( https://launchpad.net/~uce-launchpad/+archive/ppa) to met the paparazzi-dev dependecy requirement, ivy-ocaml version 1-2-1~ppa6
is installed by default.
I only know this because after reading an earlier post http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/paparazzi-devel/2010-05/msg00096.html ,
I decided to completely remove the Allen Ibara ivy-ocaml package which automatically uninstalls paparazzi-dev.
I also deleted the Allen Ibara repositories from Software Sources.
The result being that an uninstalled package of ivy-ocaml Version 1.1-10 remains within Synaptic Manager.
I installed this and reinstalled paparazzi-dev.
Then: cd ~/paparazzi3
And everything compiles correctly without the error mentioned in both my own question and that of Niki Regina below.
Maybe the wiki has to be corrected or amended?
On : Thu, 13 May 2010 20:56:47 +0200, Pascal Brisset wrote:
I've have been running a 10.04 for one month now, starting with the beta1, and I've installed two others without any problem, using
the single repository:
deb http://paparazzi.enac.fr/ubuntu lucid main
as explained in the wiki.
To know where these files come from:
address@hidden:~$ dpkg -S ivy-ocaml.cma stdlib.cma ivy-ocaml: /usr/lib/ocaml/ivy-ocaml.cma ocaml-nox: /usr/lib/ocaml/stdlib.cma
To know the versions of the corresponding pakages: address@hidden:~$ aptitude show ivy-ocaml ocaml-nox Package: ivy-ocaml Version: 1.1-10 Depends: [...] ocaml-nox-3.11.2 ... Package: ocaml-nox Version: 3.11.2-1
These packages have been downloaded from the official french Ubuntu mirror (fr.archive.ubuntu.com). Nothing special about them ...
So, it is hard to help ...
Ing. Niki Regina wrote:
I installed Ubuntu 10.04 on VM. I followed the instructions found http://www.rescuerobotics.com.au/getting-started-with-linux-and-the-paparazzi-ground-control-station .
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